Cicero Police Department

  • Agency: Cicero Police Department
  • Address: 70 Byron St, Cicero, 46034 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: 317-984-3648
Fax: 317-984-9645

Cicero Police Department is located at 70 Byron St, Cicero, 46034 IN. The Cicero Police Department phone number is 317-984-3648.

Cicero Police Department News

The tragic deaths of three children boarding a school bus in Rochester provides another opportunity to reminder drivers of Indiana laws regarding school bus stops. When approaching a school bus from any direction which is stopped with its flashing red lights activated and its stop arm extended, motorists are required to STOP, even on multiple lane highways. Motorists who are on a highway that is divided by a barrier or unimproved median (i.e. a concrete or cable barrier, or a grass median) are required to stop only if they are traveling the same direction as the school bus. If there is no unimproved median or barrier, then all lanes in all directions must stop. Disregarding a school bus stop arm is a serious violation and one that school bus drivers are quick to report. Violation of this law is a Class “A” infraction and is punishable by a maximum fine of up to $10,000.

The Town of Cicero has announced this Saturday, November 3rd from 8:00am-4:00pm, dumpsters will be available for heavy trash at the Wastewater Plant located at 1159 Stringtown Pike. Assistance will be available that day for anyone who needs help to get larger items into the dumpster. Curbside Heavy Trash day will be Wednesday, November 7th. If you are not sure what items you can include, please contact the Clerk Treasurer's office at 317-984-4900.

Trick or Treat hours are 6pm-8:30pm 10-31-18

PLEASE SHARE Found in the area of 600 Washington ave. If this is yours or know where it belongs please call Cicero Police Department 317-773-1282

Main Street will be closed from Brinton St. to Wilson St. on 10-19-18 starting at 8am. Will reopen late afternoon.

Cicero CVS expired or used medication drop off. October 27, 2018 9am-12p NO NEEDLES, SHARPES OR LIQUIDS ACCEPTED. The Rx Take-Back sites cannot accept liquids, sharps, or needles. Liquids can be mixed with oil dry or cat litter, wrapped in plastic, and placed in the garbage. Sharps, syringes, lancets and needles can be taken to Hamilton County Household Hazardous Waste, 1717 Pleasant Street, Noblesville.

**UPDATE OWNER LOCATED** This guy was found in Hidden Bay. If you are the owner please call our dispatch center at 317-773-1282 so we can make arrangements to get him home.

Dogs owner located, thanks for the shares!! Dog was found in the area of 130 W Buckeye Street. Looks to be a female brown and white Pit Mix with black spike collar and a belt attached as a leash. If this dog is yours or know who it belongs to call the Hamilton County Humane Society where the dog was taken or Cicero Police Dept. 317-773-1282

We haven’t had train traffic for sometime. Please make sure to listen and look both ways when crossing the tracks.

Please take a second and make sure you’re following the correct CICERO POLICE DEPARTMENT. This page is for CICERO INDIANA POLICE DEPARTMENT. We often get questions or requests for Cicero Illinois and New York. Sorry if you got a ticket somewhere we approved you to park. J/K. We just want you to have the correct information for where you live. If you want to keep following us and you live out of state we welcome you to keep following. Have a great Labor Day weekend.

SHE IS HOME SAFE!! Thanks for the shares!!! This big fella needs some help finding his way home. He was found on Lincoln Dr off of Stringtown. If he’s yours or know where he belongs please call Cicero Police Department at 317-773-1282

If your pet doesn’t have a chip please consider doing so. You never intend for you pet to get lost but it happens. If your pet has a chip make sure the information is updated.

FULL TIME POLICE OFFICER POSITION AVAILABLE THROUGH CICERO POLICE DEPARTMENT POSTED ON: AUGUST 8, 2018 The Cicero Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full time Police Officer. Applications must be submitted to the Police Department no later than 12:00pm Friday, August 24, 2018. Applicants must be 21 years old, but no older than 35 years old. Probationary salary starts at $41,000, after probation salary goes up to $51,000. Lateral transfer salary negotiable. Benefits include health/dental/eye insurance, paid vacation/holidays and PERF retirement program. Important hiring process dates can be found on the department’s web site, ciceroin.org. Applications can be picked at the Cicero Police Department, 70 S. Byron St., Monday-Friday between 8:00am-2:30pm or a printable edition on the police department web site, Ciceroin.org. Applications can be emailed back to cpd@townofcicero.in.gov or dropped off at the Police Department. Additional questions can be directed to Major Jeff Rednour at jrednour@townofcicero.in.gov or 317-984-3648. Additional Information about Job Requirements can be found HERE. Cicero Police Department Application can be found HERE.

Just in case anyone would be driving by this am. Training near Noblesville Middle School East.

If anyone would like to donate to the Humane Society of Hamilton County. They are in need of unopened bottles of liquid laundry detergent (no pods) and liquid hand soap. These items can be dropped off in our lobby and will be delivered tomorrow. You can also look up Hamilton County Humane Society on Amazon wish list and have items delivered. Humane society in a non-profit organization where Cicero Police takes animals to be cared for until owners are located. The Humane Society for Hamilton County takes in approximately 3,500 dogs and cats each year. Thanks to community support, we are able to maintain a high-adoption rate of 96% (compared to the national average of 28%). Saving Lives. Educating Communities. Completing Families.

Time to time we get complaints about solicitors going door to door. Solicitors are required to register with the clerks office and wear a town issued badge. As good practice never let anyone in your home or give out personal information. Do your homework and find out who these people are. If you don’t want solicitors knocking on your door we have “no soliciting” stickers. If you would like one you can pick on up at the Police Department or the Cicero Clerks Office at 331 E Jackson Street.